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Lecture Notes_2_10

Lecture Notes_2_10 - DOC2Notes 21:01 I U.S. Moraldimension:...

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DOC 2 Notes 21:01 I. Hodgenson’s crisis and black uprising? U.S. entered sense of crisis Multiple dimensions of this crisis Moral dimension: failure to live up to ideals South one party state Dominate congress Power crushed civil rights legislation Civil rights had to be on the president: Heavy burden, as laws are supposed to rely on the President Crisis of class Appalachia: Distinct problem when lots of poor whites too who are just above the blacks War on poverty at the same time as civil rights laws Not creating resentment among the whites Black Uprising Diversity of approaches to civil rights MLK (just/unjust/disobeying lovingly) nonviolence, coalition btw poor blacks/whites Malcolm X (Muslim groups) Student nonviolent committee Most shared goal of black equality II. Challenging consensus 40’s: fake consensus
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“Quiet” time; standards of living Middle class whites Women’s inequality: women did not share in this “consensus” Political radicals Gays/lesbians Fragmenting consensus: NEW GROUP White males are pissed off (younger) Attack on false consensus Falseness comes out Compare to women, race, gays, animals (groups of exclusion) Values/ways of life is being challenged Strong reaction/ANGER III. When can government limit our “speech”?
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